CDC raises over $137,000 at annual Talent Show

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The Child Development Centre held it’s annual Talent show Friday night at the NPCC.

In total over $137,000 was raised for the CDC between the Talent show and the 5th annual Arctech Welding and Machining a Day for the Kids.  The had hoped to raise over $200,00 between the two events.

The money will be put towards Project Build a Fort, which will see the CDC almost double in size.  Construction on the new building began last summer and will continue for at least another year.  The CDC will kick off a major fundraising campaign in the coming months to help pay for the project.

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